Lady Gaga Polaroid MIT Art Museum Boston
On Wednesday, pop songstress Lady Gaga posed for a Polaroid at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Art Museum in Boston.
In January, Gaga signed on as Creative Director for the iconic photography brand. Polaroid presented the photo of the “Alejandro” crooner to the museum that will become a part of the Museum’s Polaroid archive. In fact, the museum has taken possession of thousands of Polaroid inventions that revolutionized photography in the 20th century, including the 20- by 24-inch camera that was used to snap the photo of Lady Gaga wearing a low-cut black lace dress.